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Pins and needles in hands, neck and face… from undercooked meat

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  • Posted By: Ben Dare
  • September 27, 2006
  • 11:40 AM

While in Rome I ate an undercooked bunger from a street vendor (stupid I know). The next day I noticed a tingling in my fingers and a lightheaded feeling. This feeling went away for 12 hours and has now retuned. Along with the tingling is an overwhelming feverish and tingling feeling that comes and then disappears.

Is this likely to be serious and should I seek medical attention.

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